FSCS provides engaging and creative learning, combined with a structured and caring environment. As a learning community, we encourage each students intellectual, spiritual, social, physical, and emotional growth by applying biblical truth in the context of real life.
The Lord has notably blessed the elementary school with a most experienced and exceptionally talented faculty. Our teachers work diligently to prepare the next generation through character building and a rich array of educational experiences. Children develop higher level thinking skills through a balanced academic curriculum and enrichment activities. These enrichment activities include physical education, music, foreign language, art, computer, field trips, chapel speakers, and community service. Your child will flourish in an environment where the home, school, and church work together to provide a Christ-centered education.
The maximum class size is twenty-four students.
The subjects taught are Bible, Math, English, History, Science, Spanish, Computer Apps. and 4th and 5th hour electives.
FSCS uses either the ABeka or Bob Jones University curriculum for classes. Students can earn college credits by taking courses at Randolph Community College during elective hours. Students in grades 9-12 may also choose to enroll in honor classes. Each year, Junior & Senior High students participate in the Fine Arts Competition in Bible, choir, voice, piano, science and art.
Before a student can graduate from FSCS, 28 units of high school work must be completed and all graduation fees paid to date. The final semester of his/her high school training must have been completed at FSCS. FSCS requires all Junior level students to complete the PSAT with minimum score on math and verbal be in the twentieth percentile.
|Fine Arts Competition|
|Before and After School Care|
Recommended Courses for Graduation from FSCS:
|Social Studies||4 units|
|Foreign Language||1 unit|
|Community Service||1 unit|
|General Elective||6 units|
|Total Units Required||32 units|